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PO Box 21503
1424 Commercial Dr.
Vancouver, BC Canada V5L 5G2

(236) 878-2564

Intersectional Feminist Justice, Research, and Organizing Collaborative


Intersectional Feminist Justice Research and Organizing Collaborative (IFJROC) brings together researchers, academics, data and policy analysts, students, and community organizers to provide critical research, data, policy and strategic support for ending violence, gender equity, and social justice movements.

IFJROC builds on the long tradition of movement-driven, community-derived research and uses an explicit decolonial, anti-oppression, and racial justice lens.

The IFJROC provides critical data, research, and policy analytics to grassroots and community-based organizing campaigns.

IFJROC aims to democratize data, research, and policy, maximize the synergy between research and community organizing, magnifying the voices of grassroots Indigenous, Black and communities of colour including Migrant, Refugee, and Immigrant communities, and advancing the capacity of organizing efforts to design solutions, make demands, and sustain policy wins for gender equity and ending gender-based violence through:

  • Comprehensive research
  • Rapid response data and analysis
  • Program and systems evaluations
  • Policy analysis
  • The Research and Policy Analyst serves as a bridge for grassroots and community organizing groups to the world of data, policy and research.
Bethel Lulie

Bethel Lulie

(236) 878-2564

Research and policy analyst

Bethel Lulie is a recent Master of Public Health graduate who is passionate about decolonial community-based research.

As a global health research associate, Bethel has worked in Ethiopia, South Africa and Canada looking at the intersections of violence, racism, sexism, and ableism in society.

As the Research and Policy Analyst at BWSS, Bethel conducts community-based research and policy analysis to advance gender equity and address gender-based violence using intersectional, anti-oppression and decolonial perspectives.